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Memories Revisited

March 27, 2024

As Easter approaches, I’m reminded of a trip I took to Italy with several girlfriends in 2014. When we were in Rome we toured the Vatican and had a remarkable experience in the Sistine Chapel where a priest blessed my friend’s rosary and prayed with us. The energy that we felt in that moment of prayer was beyond anything I’ve ever experienced, and we will never forget that moment. When we walked out into the Courtyard of the Pinecone, I was drawn to the bronze, titled Sphere within a Sphere, by Italian sculptor Arnoldo Pomodoro. It is a powerful work of art, a little over 13 feet in diameter, emanating light and the innerworkings of the earth. 


I felt compelled to capture Pomodoro’s sculpture with my macro lens and created an abstract image titled Unity. To me the intricate pieces of the sculpture represented humanity and our connection to each other, as well as the struggles we face.

Unity ©2014

With the beginning of Spring, I’m hopeful that the impact of this sculpture touches you too. Images and memories revisited provide comfort as we reflect upon them. 

Happy Spring and Happy Easter!

Abstract Illusions

March 8, 2024

Today I'd like to share another abstract work from the 1870's Japanese Screen that I photographed this fall. I love the dramatic blues and the contrast between the definitive texture of the screen and the dreamy semi-transparency of the ink. Like the last piece I shared, there is a certain mystery to Illusions.

Illusions © 2022 in situ

Something that draws me to non-representational abstract art is that it can integrate well into a variety of decors and be oriented horizontally or vertically to fit the space itself. It's fun to see Illusions in these two very different spaces.

Illusions © 2022 in situ

I hope you enjoyed the three blogs I've shared featuring work from a Japanese Screen. I loved getting all your feedback.

Endless Possibilities

February 1, 2024

I’ve always liked the idea of layered artwork that can be moved or changed easily to create a unique impact in a room.  A Drop in Time on the main wall below reminds me of a watercolor brush releasing its color as an accident or an abstract.  The small image to the right in sepia tones, titled Landing Pad, creates a graphic monochromatic look.  And the image to the far right, Through the Looking Glass has a watery texture that reminds me of an old French windowpane on a rainy day.  Each piece makes a very different statement, yet they work well together in this setting.

A Drop in Time © 2022 in situ

These three images and Featherweight below are part of one collection of work originating from the Japanese screen that I shared with you recently.  I continue to be amazed by the variety of artwork that can be created from one object and I always appreciate the original source that allows my imagination to soar.

Featherweight © 2022 in situ

Our creativity is limitless and guided by our ability to visualize possibilities that exist even if they are not obvious. That desire to look deeply is what inspires me to create abstract art and abstract photography. Each person can discover their own world of possibilities.

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Wishing you a beautiful season filled with endless possibilities.

A Twinkle of Stars

January 4, 2024

As the crisp November air settles in and the clear blue skies lead to star-filled nights, I’d like to introduce you to one of my new works, Midnight SkyThis image was created by photographing a collection of spots on a window pane. Adding a dark backdrop made the spots come alive as glowing points of light.





If you enjoyed seeing this new work, please visit my website to view the second piece in this series, Those Among Us.

Sending warm wishes with winter's approach,


November 2, 2023

Today, I’m excited to share my latest abstract photograph, Ascension, a composition that embraces darkness and light through texture, form and shine.


This piece, like many of my photographs, invites you to interpret it through your own unique lens. Without imposing any predefined narrative, I hope that Ascension sparks something unique in each of your imaginations.

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